The 67th National Film Awards were announced earlier today in New Delhi. This was after a long delay of a year or so due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The awards are for films from the year of 2019. The announcement event was organised by the Directorate of Film Festivals, which comes under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.Continue reading “67th National Film Awards (for films from 2019): List of Winners”
Anupam Kher to star in Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri’s next – The Kashmir Files
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“I saw my father bring cut into peices infront of my eyes and put in a sack and I did not get his body back also, please take my interview on record- One victim (name withheld) told me while almost choking with tears on call”– Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri.
Agnihotri to film in 5 Countries- 20 plus states, capturing records of over 1000 victims & eyewitnessesContinue reading “Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri Kickstarts the shoot of The Kashmir Files”
Few hours away from the tinsel town, Goa has often proved to be a creative haven for writers and directors to jam on their scripts. Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri who is basking in the glory of a monstrous hit- The Tashkent Files which is dubbed as one of the most profitable films of 2019, has bagged a book deal on the film. The director is en route Goa to pen his tryst with the subject- getting it off the ground to the cash registers ringing.Continue reading “Writer-Director Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri shifts base to Goa”
The film records a collection of INR 20 Cr plus with a shoestring making & marketing cost of 4 Cr and garnering a position among the top 5 “profitable films” status of 2019. The Tashkent Files, released on 12th April faced a slew of onslaughts week on week from the big budget and star led films like Kalank, Avengers, SOTY 2, Bharat and De De Pyar De yet it maintained a steady graph gliding through its 12th Week run.
The award was presented to Vivek Agnihotir by 4 times National Award Winner Madhur Bhandarkar and Sriram Raghvan. Talking about the recent honour, Vivek Ranjan Agnihorti, Director, The Tashkent Files stated, “It is always heartening to be recognised and acknowledged by the fraternity. This film has broken all the rules, it has every element that is a big no-no in film’s rule book. Yet it ran for over 80 days. This means that if you chase your conviction, anything is possible.”
The Rashtrapati Bhavan extends invitation to The Tashkent Files
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